• Aiu Db 5
    1. What was the food and portion size you chose? I have chosen V8 Splash Smoothies, flavor Peach Mango, and the serving size is 8 oz. 245g. 2. Describe its composition in terms of carbohydrates, lipids, and proteins Carbohydrates 19.01g Lipids- 0 Proteins- 2.99g 3. How many calories...
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  • Nutritional Information on Grapefruits
    Nutrition 1. What was the food and portion size? The food is pink or red grapefruit (USDA, 2011). The portion size is 1 large raw grapefruit measuring 3 ¾ in diameter. 2. Describe its composition in terms of carbohydrates, lipids, and proteins. The fruit contains 13.41 grams of carbohydrates, and...
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  • Lecture 13 Nutritional Requirements
    nutrients: carbohydrates, fats, proteins, vitamins, water, minerals. Function, sources and deficiency/toxicity of major vitamins and minerals. The Nutrient and Nutrition Humans are heterotrophs, organisms that cannot produce their own food. Heterotrophs must ingest, or take in, food. At least...
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  • Science Db Unit 1
    Analysis: o What was the food and portion size you chose? The food and portion size I choose was 1 cup of rice. o Describe its composition in terms of carbohydrates, lipids, and proteins. Carbohydrate is listed at 44.51g. Lipids are fatty acids. The saturated is listed at .122g. The monounsaturated...
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  • 5 Major Compounds That Make Up the Human Body
    Compounds That Make Up the Human Body The human body is one of the most complex and fascinating things on this planet. There are five major groups of compounds that compose the human body. These are carbohydrates, lipids, proteins, nucleotides, and water. These compounds are all very important to humans...
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  • Fuse
    Introductory Life Science INTRODUCTORY LIFE SCIENCE At our 3rd lecture, we want to discuss • The building blocks of biological organisms – Carbohydrates, proteins, lipids and nucleic acids • Cell structure and function – Cell membrane, ER, Golgi, cytoskeleton, nucleus – Plant cell vs. animal...
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  • Chapter 1 Bio Definitions
    ------------------------------------------------- Chapter 1 word definitions A-helix is a spiral structure in a macromolecule that contains a repeating pattern and is the distance to the apex an exponential function of the angle indicating direction from the axis. ...
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  • Chapter 2 Course Notes Anatomy and Physiology
    occupies space. The weight is called mass. The mass will remain constant regardless of gravity. Can exist in our body in three different forms Three states of matter in our body. * Solid: in our body are organs, Bones, they will have different shapes. * Liquid: In our body is water, plasma in...
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  • Biology for Engineers
    organized into collectives called tissues. Cells are, with a few notable exceptions, small with lengths measured in micrometers (/xm, where 1000 /xm = 1 mm). The first person to observe and record cells was Robert Hooke A635-1703) who described the cella (open spaces) of plant tissues. But the colossus...
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  • Exam review biology
    level, and be able to identify examples from each level. atom, molecule, organelle, cell, Tissue, organ, organ system, multicellular organism, population, community, and ecosystem Atom individual unit of an element    Molecule 2 or more atoms bonded together    Organelle cell structures...
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  • Unit 1
    1. Describe its composition in terms of carbohydrates, lipids, and proteins. 2. How many calories are in your food item? (Found in the Database as Energy – kcal) 3. List some of the most common vitamins and minerals in this food item. 4. Are there other important nutritional components...
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  • Nutrition
    risk assessment model show if a person is at risk for not consuming the adequate amount of nutrients. •Is food labeling a part of the DRI? No, food lablelinf is not a part of DRI because food labels are not always equipped with the right information when it comes to portion. •What is the Estimated...
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  • Communication Studies
    a good solvent for polar molecules and ions, because water collects around their hydrophilic edges and separates them. This is what happens in the process of dissolving - and so the chemical is free to move about and react with other chemicals within water. Non-polar molecules are insoluble in water and...
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  • Poem
    Biochemistry: categories of organic compounds Ruddy Severino There are four major compounds that compose the human body. It is impossible that anything living on earth today can live out these organic compounds. Those compounds are carbohydrates, lipids, proteins, and nucleotides. Each compound...
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  • Man's Food Study Guide
    Water Terminology Intracellular Fluid Compartment - The fluid located inside your cells. Extracellular Fluid Compartment - The fluid located outside your cells. Interstitial Fluids - Fluids located between cells. Electrolytes - Charged ions that conduct an electrical current in a solvent such as...
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  • Biology Outline
    of energy for nearly all life on Earth is the sun Photosynthesis is a process that transforms solar energy into the chemical energy of nutrient molecules Maintaining an internal environment Homeostasis is the maintenance of internal conditions within certain boundaries Living things need to keep...
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  • Nutrition Study Guide
    Nutrition Study Guide\ Exam covers modules 1-5 This list may help you focus your review: Module 1 Intro classes of nutrients and calorie values of each, calculations of numbers and percentage of calories if given grams of nutrients, phytochemicals, define essential in nutrition, define calorie, appetite...
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  • Being a Last Born
    Proteins ( /ˈproʊˌtiːnz/ or /ˈproʊti.ɨnz/) are biochemical compounds consisting of one or more polypeptides typically folded into a globular or fibrous form, facilitating a biological function. Proteins, from the Greek proteios, meaning first, are a class of organic compounds which are present in and...
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  • World History
    EXPERIMENT: Biological Molecules Here are your goals for this lesson: • To conduct tests for glucose, starch, lipids and proteins • Use these test results to identify the biological molecules found in food Student Name: Brittany Gerdes Date Experiment done:12-20-12 Date Report Completed:...
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  • Biology Unit 3 Notes
    Biol GOD Notes. First Edition 1 L. Leong 2012 Chapter 1: Molecules of Life Cell Theory ∝ All living things are composed of cells and the products of cells ∝ Cells are the basic functional unit of life ∝ All cells arise from pre-existing cells Living Things Unicellular: consisting of one cell...
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